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The new textbook titled “Advanced Numerical Modeling and Data Assimilation Techniques for Tropical Cyclone Predictions”, was co-edited by HRD scientist Dr. Sundararaman Gopalakrishnan. It is based on a series of lectures by scientists from the US, India and Australia, at … Continue reading
35th anniversary of the publication first documenting the eyewall cycle in intense tropical cyclones
In February, 1982, The Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences published a ground-breaking study by Hugh Willoughby, Jean Clos, and Mohammed Shoreibah on what became to be known as the eyewall replacement cycle. Using data obtained from NOAA P3 flights into … Continue reading
Paper on Hurricane Patricia, the most intense hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, released online in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
In October 2015, off the west coast of Mexico, Hurricane Patricia became the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere, intensifying faster than any other storm on record. A unique set of observations were collected in Patricia. National Oceanic … Continue reading
Paper on observations of hurricanes from satellite-based Synthetic Aperture Radar released online in IEEE Transactions on Geosciences and Remote Sensing
You can see the paper at http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/full/10.1175/MWR-D-16-0175.1.
Paper on the intensification of Hurricane Earl (2010) in the HWRF model published in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
You can access the paper at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/qj.2922/full.
The full text can be found at http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00703-016-0452-2.
In the January 1972 issue of the Journal of Atmospheric Science, Robert W. Burpee (future director of HRD) published a paper explaining the mechanism by which African Easterly Waves (AEW) formed. Using five years of upper-air data from above Africa, … Continue reading
Paper on how the region near the ocean surface impacts hurricane forecasts released online in Monthly Weather Review
Summary: Forecasters and researchers use the Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting (HWRF) model to forecast where a hurricane will go, how strong it will be, how large it will be, and where the strongest winds are. This paper looks … Continue reading
At a recent awards ceremony, HRD Director Frank Marks and AOML Deputy Director Molly Beringer presented recognitions to several employees whose service went above-and-beyond during the past year. Bachir Annane was recognized for comprehensive and timely analyses using the OSSE framework … Continue reading